It appears to me that if you can create a "cancer-neutral"
diet, one that neither allows cancer to grow nor shrink, that you
can then "control" the cancer growth rate by varying a single input.
May I ask a question or two, please?
It seems like you are convinced that you are conducting a controlled experiment…I guess based on this comment above, and specifically your mention of “varying a single input”
in your diet. Valid controlled experimental results, as it sounds like you are aware of, in addition to holding all other inputs the same, also actively control for the absence of confounding variables…it doesn’t sound like I need to explain what that means.
Before I say too much, let me say that I AM a believer that lifestyle and nutritional changes (e.g. exercise and diet) CAN have SOME minor effect on PSA for SOME people. [full stop, for now]
You went on to describe that you ran several experimental groups; specifically you wrote:
In my case, the diet described at the start of this thread, is a cancer-
neutral diet, with about 2-3 raspberries on the oatmeal. Increasing the
raspberries to 5, has allowed me to "roll-back" PSA.
Because if you are varying other parts of your diet, the “leap” from 2-3 raspberries all the way up to 5 raspberries is going to be what we scientifically refer to as “mice nuts.” In other words, it’s going to have a very small impact. Not otherwise controlling the much larger part of your diet is going to introduce operational confounding.
I can’t tell…maybe you’re are just spoofing all of us…seeing who will take you seriously. Maybe I have to confess to "not getting it" just like Purgatory often does because syou seem
to actually take this seriously. Anyhow, you’ve got me curious. You seem to be “controlling about
10% of your diet…what about
the other 90%? Are you eating exactly
the same thing, same amount every day in your so-called controlled experiment?
If your answer is "yes," then I give very strong kudos to your strength of willpower (while cringing at the lack of variety in your diet).
If your answer is "no," then I'll just go back to largely not paying attention to this thread...cuz it's nuts.